Museums and Galleries
----the following for gold only----
Most recently proposed
Cambridge, England - Cambridgeshire
My partner is free to choose according to his personality.
Museums are a great place to talk, look, walk. I am partial to Museums of Natural history and Museums of art. I collect abstract / Contemporary, but I like renaissance to impressionism as well. This is sort of at odds wi
Museums are a great place to talk, look, walk. I am partial to Museums of Natural history and Museums of art. I collect abstract / Contemporary, but I like renaissance to impressionism as well. This is sort of at odds with my other activities, as I said, I am eclectic in interests.
Show me the art of throughout the city.
I don't really care what we do for a first date as long as the conversation keeps up. I love all of the fine arts. Old things have soul. Books, small and old-paper.
Somewhere nice , where both of us will be comfortable and free.
Many ideas but definitely would be related to food or art
coffee at star bucks , beach café, or one ocean would be a maybe start.
When we meet and choose to make a first real date dinner will be waiting somewhere.
I like many things but the future will tell.
I would love to go some place where we could walk and talk and get to know each other I love Art in all differnt foms and believ that a museum or art gallery would be a Great first date
It's always fun to explore a gallery, exhibit or collection -- I think it's very telling when a part of history, a piece of artwork or a light of inspiration moves a person.
A Strip eaterie followed by a concert, a charity event, or a club.
Northampton, England - Northamptonshire
I love museums and galleries. The NHM is probably my favourite, but I enjoy nearly all! Especially love visiting them with new people.
Let's wander about and discover the city together..
I like being able to discuss art or exhibits as we walk around the museum.
I think a museum is a great first date location because you get to see how the other person respond to a piece. How they interpret something in a way you never would have.